Carlos Sosa Siliezar
Associate Professor of New Testament, Wheaton College, IL
Dr. Sosa Siliezar’s primary interest is the study of the New Testament in its ancient Jewish context with sensitivity for the literary and theological dimensions of the Greek text. His overall concern is allowing the biblical texts to shape his teaching, thinking, service, and ethics. He specializes in Johannine literature and the appropriation of the Old Testament and Jewish traditions in the New Testament. Having taught for almost a decade in Guatemala, he is currently researching the use of the New Testament in Latin American theology. Dr. Sosa Siliezar loves to spend time with his wife, Gabby (a musician), and their two active children.